I want to study the contracts offered to clients by Internet marketing companies.
I have a list of 10, which I would like you to contact, pretend to be interested in hiring them, and get them to send you their contract.
It will help if you have a site that you can give them so you are taken seriously. OR you can simply give them the URL of any believable business, or say you are enquiring on a friend’s behalf.
It doesn’t matter what you tell them -- say whatever you need to, but the result I want is that they email you their:
I will supply a list of 10 companies -- and pay you $10 per company.
So the total earning for this project is 100 dollars.
Obviously you don’t have to do business with these companies!
Once you get their contracts then you can say you’ve had a better offer or changed your mind, or simply don’t contact them again.
You must have excellent English and communication skills.
IMPORTANT – If you’ve understood this project then you’ll see there are
up to 30 deliverables required -- 3 items for each of the 10 companies on the list.
If you are unable to get all of the companies I supply, then I can give you alternates,
or you can be paid $10 for each company that you have got the
pricing structure, standard proposal and contract for.
Only bid if this all makes perfect sense, and you know you can deliver.
NOTE: In answer to the good question: you won't need to spend money calling them unless you want to. I would suggest email, or using the contact form on each site, then after agreeing a quote, asking for a copy of the contract.
They will probably send it, especially if you say you are asking on behalf of the website owner.